Tuesday, September 19, 2006

The Soul Mate Triangle

Well, I'm finally jumping back into the soul mate book I've been contracted by Zumaya to publish. I was supposed to send it to them as in..uh..yesterday. The promoting ebook has been taking up a lot of my time, but it's now to turn my focus on soul mates. Such a switch in mental capacity, something I don't have much of lately.

Here is a mock cover I was thinking about sending to them. The book is called "The Soul Mate Triangle: Unlocking the Mysteries of the Soul Mate Relationship."

Where I have this mountain fetish (dreamed about them again last night...that's 11 days in a row), I thought I'd incorporate a picture I took while in the Smokies. After all, they're my new soul mates now.

I showed this picture to my writing group and one of the members commented on how they were mysterious, much like soul mates. Hopefully, this book will clear up those mysteries, but I have no solution as to why the mountains' effect on me is so overpowering.

But, then isn't soul mate love overpowering, too?

There is a spiritual feeling I get in the mountains. It's just like a soul mate relationship. I leave it, and yet my heart cries to return. How many soul mates have left you and you had this same feeling?

So, I guess the cover might work. I haven't thrown it at my editor yet, so it's not set in stone, and I still might make a few changes, but meanwhile, I've got something to go by.

Now, back to editing...uck......

2 comments:

  1. I think the proposed cover looks good but I'm sure not into promoting books so don't know how well it would do in the marketplace. Aren't you still working outside the home? How do you find enough time in the day to do all these things?

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  2. LOL, good question, Dick. I haven't the foggiest. I just do it. People get mad at me for not answering email right away. Deadlines come and go..I'm always late. But, I figure it like this. I don't know how much time I have left on this beautiful earth, so I better take advantage of every second. P.S...I work around young'uns...keeps me young. ;o)

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